PS4 NPL Victoria Review: Round 21

Melbourne Knights has finally defeated South Melbourne in its fourth attempt of the season with a 2-1 win at a rain-soaked Knights Stadium in round 21 of PlayStation 4 NPL Victoria.

Port scores first win in two months

Port Melbourne Sharks secured its first win in over two months thanks to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Dandenong Thunder at JL Murphy Reserve on Friday night. 

The hero of the night was Nicholas Krousoratis courtesy of a first-half brace, with James Riccobene scoring early in the second period to seal a valuable three points.

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Pascoe Vale makes it five wins in a row

Pascoe Vale has cemented it’s third win in a row as the side slammed four unanswered goals past a lacklustre Werribee side at CB Smith Reserveon Friday night.

A Joseph Youssef brace along with goals from Luca Santilli and Davey Van't Schip helped Paco earn its biggest ever win in the top tier of Victorian football.

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Warriors win to keep survival hopes alive

North Geelong Warriors has recorded an upset 2-1 away victory over Avondale at Avondale Heights Reserve on Saturday afternoon.

A first-half double from Gareth Richards secured the three points as Massimo Murdocca’s second-half strike proved to be a mere consolation for Anthony Barbieri’s side.

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Northcote held at home by Oakleigh

Northcote City’s three game winning streak was snapped as Oakleigh Cannons held the side to a 1-1 draw at John Cain Memorial Park on Saturday. 

Evan Kounavelis gave his side the lead in the 18th minute with a silky lobbed finish, but it only lasted eight minutes as Mirjan Pavlovic’s close-range strike earned Oakleigh a point.

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Hume City puts dent in Greens' title bid

Hume City moved a step closer to finals football after piping table-toppers Bentleigh Greens 3-0 on Saturday night at ABD Stadium. 

Former Brisbane Roar man Jai Ingham scored early on to open the scoring, while Hume captain Nick Hegarty grabbed a spectacular second half brace to seal the victory. 

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Knights claim derby bragging rights

The day belonged to Melbourne Knights goalkeeper Chris May, who produced a string of saves to give his side the three points, including a penalty save deep in second half added time.

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The final match of the round between Heidelberg United and Green Gully will be played on Wednesday 19 August.